Surf Air Reviews

Have you heard of an airline that you can use during a monthly subscription? Just in case you are not yet aware. Yes. The California-based (USA) airline was founded in 2012, but actually was completed in June 2013. The 12 all-Pilatus fleet is led by former Frontier Airlines CEO, Mr. Jeff Porter.

Surfing the Air with Surf Air
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You might be puzzled now, to how Surf Air actually works. Surf Air has a service called “All-you-can-fly” wherein members pay for only $1,950 monthly (please be reminded about the $1,000 signup fee) and will be able to fly to their 13 destinations via Burbank Airport, Hawthorne Municipal Airport, San Carlos Airport, Santa Barbara Airport, Truckee Tahoe Airport, Napa County Airport, McClellan Airfield and Monterey Regional Airport.

Surf Air had been a standout in providing air services without the hassle of falling in line and waiting, their concierge personally meets the customer upon arrival and guides them to the aircraft. Travellers can book in as quick as 30 seconds and are guaranteed without hidden fees. To sum it up, the location of the aircraft is at private terminals with complimentary parking and free WiFi.
Passengers can expect a first class experience and get the chance to meet other Surf Air members on board. Their concierge make sure they know the customer’s preferences and make the most of traveller’s Surf Air benefits. If the customer wants to add a friend or a family member on board, an additional payment of $1,000 per round-trip flight is charged.
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On a positive note, there are no incidents or accidents recorded which involve Surf Air.

Official Website and Mobile App

The official page looks very elegant. It doesn’t confuse whoever navigates and it impromptu provides information on how Surf Air works, where are the destinations and other information needed for their flight. They respect their members and potential customers by providing a brief background about their company and partners. Travellers can also check their social media accounts by clicking the link on the bottom right.
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Surf Air also has a mobile version of these services available in the App Store.

Surf Air Reviews of Passengers

The America’s most promising company of 2015 (according to Forbes) had only limited Surf Air reviews shown online. One of which is on Yelp, though they are all backdated to 2015. However, Forbes had also written some facts about Surf Air. John Goglia wrote “Surf Air ‘Airline’? What Passengers Need To Know Before They Sign-Up

But we stumbled on a video posted by Andy Stack’s experience with Surf Air and comments are really saying it was actually cool. Check out the video, by clicking this link below:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jy5cPdYjy4k
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  • Website URL:                       http://www.surfair.com/
  • Contact Number:                 (888) 704-2582
  • Contact Email:                     info@surfair.com
  • Head Office Address:           1408 Third Street Promenade, Suite 300, Santa Monica,
                                                California 90401, United States

Overview

I personally would love to try being a member of Surf Air. But in my honest opinion, I think the signup fee is a bit too much. Frequent flyers would love this membership, because they will save tons of money over regular flights on a regular airline and the experience is even compared to a first class cabin. We are aware that Surf Air just recently started, but we got to admit, they are worth the try.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Sadly, the SurfAir service is deteriorating substantially. They are dropping cities and reducing flight schedules. They had promised a level of service that they couldn’t deliver. In my 12 months of membership, my excitement has diminished as letdown after letdown has taken the gild off the lilly.

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